High-quality reproduction of the torso of Samothrace made with molded stone (stone powder with resin). Finished with an aging patina applied with natural earth, giving it the appearance of an ancient statue.
Sculpture perfectly suited for outdoor decoration such as gardens and terraces or for indoor spaces (living rooms, entrances, libraries, offices).
Measurements: Height: 134 cm. Width: 62 cm. Depth: 54 cm.
The torso of the Winged Victory of Samothrace, also known as the Victory of Samothrace and Nike of Samothrace, is a round sculpture belonging to the Rhodian school of the Hellenistic period. It is located in the Louvre Museum, Paris. In Greek, the statue is called Niki tis Samothrakis. It has a height of 245 cm and was crafted in marble around 190 BC. It comes from the sanctuary of the Cabeiri in Samothrace. Some experts attribute it with some probability to Pithocritus of Rhodes. It was discovered in 1863 on the island of Samothrace (Samothraki in Greek) by the French consul Charles Champoiseau, an amateur archaeologist.
By integrating reproductions of large classical sculptures into landscape design, such as this torso of the Winged Victory of Samothrace, we achieve a harmonious synthesis between ancient aesthetics and nature. Materials such as stone, marble molded with resin, or cast bronze used in the production of replicas withstand outdoor conditions well, ensuring the durability and resistance of statues in outdoor spaces.
The decoration of our favorite outdoor spaces, gardens, and terraces, takes on a special elegance when we incorporate reproductions of classical sculptures and famous works, such as this Torso of Samothrace. This iconic masterpiece, capturing the grace and movement of Hellenistic Greek art, adds a timeless touch to our favorite outdoor corners. The figure of the Winged Victory of Samothrace infuses a unique sense of splendor and blends with the surrounding vegetation, achieving a harmonious synthesis between ancient aesthetics and space, in a fascinating dialogue between art and nature.